Originally Posted by kmixer
Also he inst asking what he should have done he was asking if what he did was right?
Fair enough, but you don't need to know the results of the hand to determine if his play was correct. At the decision point, on the flop, we have no idea what villain has. So to determine what the best play is, you have to calculate what range villain would open-limp with from the small blind and his general style of play. From there, we can determine the best course of action for the hand.
Originally Posted by atlantafalcons0
But do you think if I would have bet the flop he would have wised up to the fact that his trip kings were no good and not raised me on the turn and river?
It seems that your less concerned with your flop play and just want to know if you got the most bets out of villain on this hand? Its likely you could have gotten some flop bets out of him given he was willing to cap both the turn and river.
However, as I've stated above, its easy for us to say that now that we should have bet the flop based on how villain reacted on the turn and river. But at the point in time, on the flop, when you were making the decision to bet or check, you did not have that information. So to give an accurate recommendation, we need to have the same info as you when you were faced with the decision. Knowing that villain capped turn and river and had K6 will generally skew answers. That was my whole point about staying away from posting results.
Nice hand btw!